Chicago Bulls guard Alex Caruso will undergo surgery for a fractured right wrist in the coming days. Caruso is expected to be out for 6-8 weeks following the surgery.

Caruso was injured midway through the third quarter of the Bulls loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday. Caruso was driving to the basket when Grayson Allen of the Bucks flagrantly fouled him. After being on the floor for some time, Caruso missed both free throws and was removed from the game. Allen was assessed a Flagrant 2 foul and ejected from the game.

The Bulls are already without starting guard Lonzo Ball for 6-8 weeks after knee surgery. Zach LaVine is also out with knee soreness, but could return to the lineup next week. In addition, Chicago is without forwards Derrick Jones Jr and Patrick Williams due to long-term injuries.